Journey 2050 is a free agriculture education program that challenges participants to answer the question “How will we sustainably feed 9 billion people by the year 2050?” Using an inquiry based approach the program encourages students to make decisions and adjust them as they see their impact on society, the environment and the economy at a local and global scale.
This new climate change documentary presented by National Geographic features Leonardo DiCaprio traveling to five continents and the Arctic to witness climate change firsthand. I highly recommend it for anyone high school age and older. It is a powerful film (almost 2 hours long) and appropriate as an introduction to the subject, a culminating experience for a unit, or a tool for generating discussions regarding what I/we should do NOW.
Could humans live on Mars? Would we want to? BLUESPACE sets out on a expedition to two planets: Earth, where rising seas threaten our existence, and Mars, whose water-ice has enchanted astrobiologists with the possibility of terraforming and colonization.
The Washington Post celebrated the New Year with an amazing front page story that is even better online – enhanced with videos. I highly recommend that you look at it, and predict that you will find it to be an incredible story and an excellent teaching resource.
The purpose of this position is to teach children an appreciation for wildlife and the natural world. Naples Zoo prides itself on its mission to conserve biodiversity, educate, entertain and contribute to the cultural life of the community. Camp includes: crafts, activities, tours, exclusive experiences and animal encounters.
There are full-time camp counselor positions and one part-time assistant position. All are required the duration of summer including a week of training.